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panels. is that true? >> no, it's not true. i live obamacare every day in the examining room, sean, and you know what i see? we got them more expensive insurance. we promised them more doctors and nurses, instead we have more irs agents. this entire law is about expanded insurance too expens e expensive, we can't afford it, our patients can't afford it, and the ones that told me who were on the fringe that said to me, i can't wait until this law comes because i'm going to have coverage and be able to see you, now they're ending up with part-time jobs and worrying if they're going to have insurance at all. >> steve forbes, you are one of the best money men in the country. you understand the finances of this. will businesses really not be able to hire full-time workers? are they cutting back on full-time workers as a result of not wanting to meet that 30-hour requirement? >> if you're a small business, absolutely. your margins are small, therefore, you don't have the ability if you have a large profit margin to do this, and in the face of uncertainty, you hold back and see how actua
questions on a wide variety of issues. welcome to the special edition of hannity. i'm in tonight for sean. earlier, our commander in chief spent most of his time at the podium talking about how he plans to have more trans papercy in his administration when it comes to the nsa surveillance program and while the obama administration would like all news outlets to spend their valuable air time to focus on his meager attempt to, quote, restore the public's trust, there was one key topic the president seemed to gloss over. the failing economy. and folks, let's be honest. at the end of the day, that is the most pressing issue facing americans today. joining me now with reaction, radio talk show host, fox news contributor leslie marshall and republican strategist, noel, ladies, good evening. >> good evening. >> so leslie, let me throw it to you and let's look at the number of full time jobs versus part-time jobs added in july. and what this really means to the american people when productivity, 1978 levels, tepid at best recovery, why isn't the president speaking up on the economy? where's the p
stops right here. we are definitely looking out for you. >> sean: do you believe america is in a post-constitutional period and that there is this was anticipated by our framers in 1787 and there is a mechanism created that would allow amendments to begin in the states? i'm not explaining it as well as you. >> i think we need to stop fooling ourselves i've read other books, you look at the government today it's not a representative repub lichblgt you've got a massive bureaucracy pushing out thousands of laws. you look at the supreme court jun one justice issues these breath taking laws that have affect on the entirety of vote soet. you have the president of the united states brazenly rewriting laws and saying if congress doesn't act, he will act. then have you congress writing massive laws under the cover of dark issuing them quickly on matters they don't have right to legislate about and conferring enormous authority delegating lawmaker authorities to executive branch. it's not really a federal republic. and for 100 years progressive movement have been chiseling away at
an opportunity to host their primary debates. opportunityfer the to folks like sean hannity and rush limbaugh -- and instead offered the opportunity to folks like sean hannity and rush limbaugh. are opportunities to better expand it. inublicans seem mired internal civil war. next year is not your friend both in the house level thanks to redistricting. a lot of these republican districts have become fortresses. on the system level there have been a lot of -- on a senate level there have been a lot of retirements. as you look at that going do you look at your odds and what you're going to have to do to overcome that? i know folks are saying the maps are not our friend. they are the same folks that said that in 2011 that thought the democrats would lose the senate. we picked up a seat. we won the white house again and added eight seats in the house. opportunities we have in 2014. it is normally a tough cycle for a second term resident -- president. because the republicans have embraced extremism and voted 40 repealo appeal -- obamacare and doing everything they can to make sure it is not success
was done in the run-up to benghazi. martha: you know, tell that to the mother of sean smith. tell that to the family members tyrone woods and glen doherty and chris stevens who still no doubt want answers to what happened. it raises questions about politics as well, byron. there is no doubt in my mind when we get into the heat of the political season, republicans and folks on the other side of the aisle from hillary clinton will pull the sound bite of her at that the hearing what difference does it make why it happened at this point, what difference does it make? it almost feel as though the link of evidence there, john kerry says i came into office. i performed my own exhaustive review what happened. these people did nothing wrong. done, over, tie a bow on it, this thing is finished. >> republicans will want to ask secretary kerry, what did you find out in your review that this high level administrative review board missed in their review? does that tell us we don't have the whole story? remember one thing, kind of sounds like a broken record, we still have not heard publicly, co
whether they agree or disagree. congressman watts? >> i totally agree, sean. you can't control what's going to happen at a town meeting. you go in thinking you're going to get all comers from a to z and you go in prepared for it. i think that's good. i think in the fourth district of oklahoma we converted a democrat district to a republican district simply because -- or town meetings played a big role. we did a lot of them answering questions back with the contract with america when it was not a very pleasant time when we got ridiculed and manipulated. but no i totally agree, i think you should face the voters. that's part of being an official. >> i get called names. i know it's hard to believe people say horrible things about me. you and i agreed a lot on issues over the years, although i find you coming more towards my way of thinking lately. you've always been willing to come on the show, battle it out. you never had any fear of this, did you? >> no. i think the importance of town hall meetings is that members of congress not only meet with the people but they tell people where t
suspects. mit officer sean collier was shot and killed april 18th. he was just weeks away from realizing his dream of becoming a police officer for the somerville department. now that dream is coming true. the city is paying special tribute for the fallen officer, swearing sean collier into its police department posthumously during a ceremony tonight. heather: three teenage boys charged in the connection with the murder of an aspiring athlete. australian baseball player christopher lang gunned down while jogging. latest details on the tweet that this so-called thrill kill was racially motivated. [ male announcer ] this is claira. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for her, she's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with her all day to see how it goes. [ claira ] after the deliveries, i was okay. now the ciabatta is done and the pain is starting again. more pills? seriously? seriously. [ groans ] all these stops to take more pills can be a pain. can i get my aleve back? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. [ male announcer ] look for the easy-open red
of planned documentaries about hillary clinton. according to rnc communications director sean spicer, they simply don't want news organizations tipping the scales in the upcoming election. take a listen. >> it is about time the republican party started taking control of the debate process. we need to create a system that puts the party, the best interests of our candidates at stake. >> reporter: and that vote is expected to take place this morning. martha? martha: well, republicans had a lot to think over after the last election. they tried to cover a lot of ground in the past few days. have they? >> reporter: absolutely. that is essentially what this is. this is a big business meeting. the representatives, the committee men and women from all over the country come here to cover all the details and trying to really reach out, expand their ground game, particularly among young people all across the country and minority communities across the country. part of that is about technology. bettering their communications online, everything from facebook to other technological outreach. so th
sean lennon had a song. ♪ so please don't frack my mother ♪ >> celebs are upset and so is the left wing immediaty. >> waste t water which comes up by the millions of gallons. >> so the protests grow. >> wells have been rue ended and people are sickened. cows, livestock is dying. >> mutation of our children. >> a lot of people could get sick. >> you would think so since that anti-fracking movie includes this frightening scene. >> whoa. jesus christ. >> so much gas in his water he could light it. >> what you see in "gasland" is real. >> paul runs the environmental group river people. >> all the people from the companies say, oh, this isn't our problem. this was there in the first place. but they're lying. >> he and the "gasland" movie says this is much more likely to happen after fracking. but when they investigated this incident they concluded fracking had nothing to do with it. it was just gas naturally in the ground. that happens. there are many places in america where no fracking is done, but -- >> whoa! >> -- water still catches fire. this is a lake in alaska. this man lives in new y
both conversations. >> i hope so. thank you for having me. >>> coming up, sean hannity called it a bold ultramateum and he is not talking about megan kelly taking his time spot. a lesson on hollow threats coming up. [ male announcer ] that's why there's ocuvite to help replenish key eye nutrients. ocuvite has a unique formula not found in your multivitamin to help protect your eye health. ocuvite. help protect your eye health. >>> guess who needed just two weeks of therapy to heal a lifetime of sin. that's right. bob filner is out of rehab a week earlier than expected. more than a dozen women have accused him of sexual harassment but so far, the mayor refuses to resign. and his recall efforts continue. it has been california senator barbara boxer who has joined call for filner to resign. this is one where regardless of party, i want elected officials in california to follow suit and help get this man out. we've got much more ahead. but for a lighter moment from one side of the pond to another. a paul and a prince deliver the weather. >> the weather or something? >> if you can do the wea
floating the idea of having rush limbaugh and sean hannity moderate the debates, they continue with this that rather than accepting change in america, they are catering to that very small dwindling base and figuring out ways to keep everybody else out. >> well, you know, despite those very thoughtful autopsies, which were right about what the republican party needs to do. it is a party largely of aging white voters. clearly, they can't depend on that base if they want to win presidential elections. but there are a lot of aging white voters in their base who don't want to let anybody else in. when reince talked about at the rnc convention over the weekend. when he tried to talk about expanding the base beyond aging white voters. he got very tepid applause. what are other republicans trying to do across the country, trying to restrict voting rights. across the country they're trying to keep blacks and latinos from voting. and alabama, in texas, in north carolina, they're also trying to restrict reproductive rights. trying very, very hard basically to outlaw abortion for any reaso
of kentucky testified before congress recently about how her brother sean was killed in a metal dust fire at an aluminum wheel plant in 2003. she told us how he was left lying on a smoldering floor after the explosion while aluminum dust burned through his flesh and muscle tish aye and each breath -- tissue and each breath causes internal organs to be burned even more. sean wasn't the first to die at work this way and he hasn't been the last. it has been more that -- than five years since the imperial sugar explosion in georgia, an explosion that killed 14 workers. it caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage because an unchecked accumulation of sugar dust ignited and caused a chain of explosions leveling the plant. these workplace explosions have not stopped. there have been 49 major combustible dust fires or explosions that have killed 18 and injured 131 workers since imperial sugar. more recently, five workers were killed in three separate events at a factory north of nashville because an iron powder processing plant failed to obey repeated dust hazards. each of the five left be
investigate. this is why we're not going to let go of this. month ago, pat smith, mother of sean smith killed in benghazi. this is what she told stuart varney on you're world. >> it is not phony or and my son is dead. i'm waiting for someone to get back to me to tell me what happened? why did hillary do what she did? why was there no security there when there was supposed to be and who was the general or whoever it was that called back the troops when they were going to help. bill: that's tough stuff. no arrests were made. no arrests have been made 10 months down the road. you mentioned the tv network, they can go there and find a suspect and sit down and talk to him for two hours? and the beginning the administration said it was the fault of a movie. that was the story they put out initially. >> yeah, i mean that's, the making of a scandal. there are a lot of elements of this that we do not know still despite the fact that there have been a lot of hearings. the white house and the administration says that they have answered a lot of questions and they're ready to move on. the problem is the
. staff sergeant sean manning was shot six times at fort hood. >> the government has tried to deny this is an act of terrorism. i hope if people hear the words from hassan's own mouth that they'll understand that this was an act of terrorism. >> some national security experts believe not calling it an act of terrorism is an example of political correctness. >> i think it's politically motivated. i think they don't want to admit that there's still a global jihadist movement able to hit the united states right here in america. >> a jury of 13 officers from around the u.s. will have to unanimousy convict hassan. murder and sentence him to death. 11 of the last 16 death sentences handed down by military juries in the last 30 years have been overturned. even if he's convicted, there are likely years, if not decades, of appeals ahead. shannon? >> yes, there are. finally getting started. brian, thank you. today's young people often get a bad rap for being reason. not this kid. after the break, we'll introduce you to a young kid who's a successful entrepreneur at the age of just 11. makes
. for example, the after the -- after the m.i.t. cop who was killed, sean callier, his family only wanted to talk to me. i talked to the brothers and sisters and did a column on that. after they pinched i call him joker, the second one that night, i knew where some of the cops had gone. i went to j.j. foleys, a great pub on the south end. i walked in at the same time as the guys from the s.w.a.t. team. jerry foley brought the beers. danny keeler, the great sergeant who saved lives the first -- if you listen to the tapes on the first -- when the bomb went off, there's a voice in the 9/11 tapes of screaming -- keep the roads open. keep the ring road open. he's screaming. that is danny keeler. i once described him as a former marine. i said i don't think there is such a thing. then there was danny in the black s.w.a.t. outfit. he's there with a bunch of young cops. i watched and toasted and said thank god this is over. then they said to sean, the dead cop then a third toast. they let me in there to that because they knew who i was. if somebody from a tv station showed up, they would have bee
in the november 2009 rampage that killed 13 at fort hood. staff sergeant sean manning was shot six times at the fort hood readiness center. listen to this. >> the government has treated -- has denied treating this as an act of terrorism. i hope if people hear the words from his own mouth that they'll understand this was an act of terrorism. >> these documents may change or force the government to change its classification of this. hasan's attorney verified the authenticity of these documents and add the 42-year-old former army major directed him to provide these to fox news. an expert in the koran reviewed the documents and here is his take. >> i think it's clearly an after the fact issue where he now is trying to put the sort of personal jihad that he involved in, trying to put it into a larger religious and geopolitical context and justify what he's doing. >> he now faces the death penalty if convicted. once again, fox exclusive, this information right here and also on our web site straight from his mouth. back to you. >> steve: thank you very much. we're going to talk to peter johnson
're not getting the same level of care? >> that is correct. sean manning, who is one of the victims and in fact the lead plaintiff in the suit that the victims were forced to bring against the government wrote an op-ed in the "washington post" the other day that lays out really in heart-wrenching detail the impact of the determination by the department of defense that this attack which obviously was terrorism and which the shooter admits was terrorism. it is classified as something else. it has tremendously deleterious impact on victims and frankly on a whole variety of larger policy issues that the government to date has really refused to address. patti ann: you mentioned the lawsuit. you have filed suit on behalf of about 150 victims and relatives of victims. saying essentially that the u.s. government should not have allowed to stay in the army given what you call his obvious jihaddist views. now i understand that lawsuit is on hold until the end of the court-martial? >> well, the government has asked the united states district court to put the lawsuit on hold until the completion of the cou
. and you can watch tv on your flight. so i watched some of sean hannity's show -- >> bill: oh, my god. >> and it was just the dumbest issue, and then i realized that i was getting looks from people next to me. and i realized oh, crap, they think -- and i wanted to say i promise i'm just watching for the train wreck, but it is a total bogus issue. >> bill: remember acorn? >> yeah. >> bill: still, and that organization doesn't even exist anymore, and they are still talk about it on fox news. something else that bares to mention here, doing our job as the liberal media, and this is -- me, the number one critic of eric holder, two days in a row we has done things that made sense. two days ago he gave the speech in san francisco, where he said this maximum/minimum sentencing we have been practicing is really making maters worse not better, and we're going to stop forcing it at the federal level. good for him on that issue, and yesterday the department of justice said no, we're going to stand up, we're going to court. we're going to try to block this latest merger in the airlines, and, you
rifle bought by sean steward, who was convicted on gun charges in 2012. we don't know the exact locations where these guns were recovered, jon. jon: so what is the status of the "fast & furious" investigation right now? >> well, it is ongoing. the house oversight committee suing for the release of certain documents related to the program. attorney general eric holder as you remember was cited for contempt of court or contempt of congress for failing to hand them over. all this coming to light after the murder in december of 2010, of border agent brian terry. he had been shot and killed by illegal immigrants who were smuggling drugs into the country and now, even more news on "fast & furious" today, jon. jon: keep us updated. steve centanni in washington, thanks. jenna: a big story there. meantime army private bradley manning apologizing during his sentencing hearing this week for leaking classified state department documents to wikileaks. his military trial coupled with edward snowden's revelations over top secret nsa surveillance programs raising questions about motives of diff
and they are reporting here from the column of "the washington examiner." limbaugh and sean hannity iodized moderators. they are already looking to block cnn and nbc. the plan features on hillary clinton and they are looking to scrap the old model of having reporters and news personnel asking the questions and candidate forums. back to your calls from the democrats line. from jesup, georgia. caller: i think hillary clinton will probably be the nomination that i really like o'malley out of maryland. i really like a lady out of washington, the young 24-year- old black republican. and some lady down in texas, the guy who said he was a democrat and just turned republican, the hispanic, if you check the numbers, he the president won the hispanic vote. i would like to know why the republicans tried so hard to take the waltons who spent $26 million between the five family members and not try to help the one million workers that we have to subsidize every week, every month, every year. thank you all. >> watertown, wisconsin, on the republican line. hello. how are you? who is the future of your party? caller:
with the charlotte motor speedway, sean johnson and his crew. bruton smith himself. nascar empa sari yo. we have a relationship with bristol motor speedway in tennessee. nascar has their eye on us. we emulate what they do from competitive and safety point of view and we keep getting bigger n this economy americans look to do things on the cheap. cities and municipalities cutting in lawn mower tracks on vacant pieces of property and we're mowing and growing. lori: i found myself a new hobby. thanks for joining us. >> thank you very much. adam: when you do that, put down the grub killer. lori: i haven't heard of any of those sponsors. okay. adam: maybe a sponsor with the wine companies. box of wine you might love it could go the way of the dixie cup a new report at one wall street firm, this should raise eyebrows by the way, highlights a great shortage in the u.s. wall street firm trying to race prices? hmmm. shortage as a result of fewer new vineyards being planted during excess in the 1990s. foreign wine producers on the other hand are giving toasts as they increase grape prices domestically and
-hillary movie to be out there? >> andrew: here is the chairman of the republican national committee on sean hannity last night? >> the fact is, you've got two networks that are potentially spending millions of dollars promoting a person that they know is at least doing the dance and getting ready for a run for president and i think it's about time that our party stands up and protects the party and our candidates from networks that are not in the business of promoting our party. they're not in the business of promoting our candidate. they're not in the business of doing anything but promoting the democratic party. and i'm not going to sit around and watch this happen anymore. >> steve: he also said that nbc and cnn were hillary clinton campaign operatives. them's fighting words. let's see what happens. >> gretchen: let's talk about the privacy of your cell phone. because much has been made in the last couple of weeks and months about the nsa and listening or at least tracking your phone calls and your other information with regard to e-mails. so the question this morning is, how private is
manning, the wife of army staff sergeant sean manning, she took to twitter and this is what she tweeted. think dot dod has seriously underestimated outspoken spouses and their ability to let truth be known about hash tag fort hood. they will not stamp us out. apparently, peter, initially there was word that the witnesses could not speak out, but the big question is, what about the families? well, she was told that the families couldn't even speak out. >> peter: then she went back on twitter and she said, please, retweet, dod gag orders after victims testify. can't talk about denial of benefits and wound being separated from deceased family hash tag fort hood. all of those wounded members have been deprived of the purple heart and benefits, according to the people who were wound in times of war. >> steve: i'm glad you're here, because is gagging a witness in a military trial, is that normal? >> peter: you can gag witnesses in any trial. there can be a lawful court order that says make no public statements. you're to give lawful testimony -- >> steve: what about theirs? >> peter: absolute
of "the washington examiner." limbaugh and sean hannity iodized moderators. they are already looking to block cnn and nbc. the plan features on hillary clinton and they are looking to scrap the old model of having reporters and news personnel asking the questions and candidate forums. from theour calls democrats line. from jesup, georgia. think hillary clinton will probably be the nomination that i really like o'malley out of maryland. i really like a lady out of , the young 24-year- old black republican. and some lady down in texas, the guy who said he was a democrat and just turned republican, the hispanic, if you check the numbers, he the president won the hispanic vote. i would like to know why the hard toans tried so take the waltons who spent $26 million between the five family help thend not try to one million workers that we have to subsidize every week, every month, every year. thank you all. >> watertown, wisconsin, on the republican line. hello. how are you? who is the future of your party? caller: i think rick santorum from pennsylvania. i believe chris christie of new je
: sean is up next. just wanted to say that i think that these town hall meetings are absolutely essential in a time when the senate floor does not have debates. we simply have senators making a statement. it may get another statement on something else. it is really a rare moment of accountability between campaign promises. whatever side you're on, it is important we have some some access to our elected officials. host: goose townhall have you gone on to see? caller: in the past i have been with senator feingold that was unseated by senator ron johnson. ron johnson has not had a single townhall meeting since 2010. it is just a disappointment. host: thanks for your calls. more of them coming up. egypt aid as u.s. inches closer to a decision after the military crackdown in cairo. they report that the administration is undertaking a major review with relations with egypt. they're edging closer to a decision about curtailing some of the 1.5 billion dollars in aid after the crackdown on supporters of mohamed morsi. officials met at the white house to review the possibility of cutting aid to egy
to several. i thought that was one of his best. host: sean is up next. caller: i just wanted to say that i think that these town hall meetings are absolutely essential in a time when the senate floor does not have debates. we simply have senators making a statement. it may get another statement on something else. it is really a rare moment of accountability between campaign promises. whatever side you're on, it is important we have some some access to our elected officials. host: goose townhall have you gone on to see? caller: in the past i have been with senator feingold that was unseated by senator ron johnson. ron johnson has not had a single townhall meeting since 2010. it is just a disappointment. host: thanks for your calls. more of them coming up. egypt aid as u.s. inches closer to a decision after the military crackdown in cairo. they report that the administration is undertaking a major review with relations with egypt. they're edging closer to a decision about curtailing some of the 1.5 billion dollars in aid after the crackdown on supporters of mohamed morsi. officials met at th
. thank you. gosh. here and then behind you. the lady here. next to sean. >> talk a little bit more about how marketplace pressures effect the work your organization does. years ago there was a campbell "newshour." today there's more instances of advertising perhaps mast raiding as journalism. >> trying to get us in trouble. [laughter] you ask about sponsor content and that kind of thing? >> just perhaps what challenges your organization has faced in keeping that at bay or trying to do something with it. >> well, for us we're a little bit different in a lot of organizations. we don't have advertisement. we don't have banner ads or popup ads things like that. the fizzment on our site is a sort of sponsored content. it's labeled as such as post sponsored by or written by corporation. and -- learning how to do things in term of how the advertisement are generally written and presented. mostly because we do viral marketing, you know, advertisements are done for the same way. weth way we get our story out in a way that quickly share them with each other. the advertisement done our site is simi
tell you my personalities are. rush limbaugh, sean hannity, mark levine. i always tell our clients can i say, i don't agree with what they say but i agreed with the value of the customer that they put in front of you. but if you listen to what they say, if you listen to the words, it's all buzz. and see what happens is, the people that are fans of that type of talk radio, they are listening very carefully. we are not paying attention. and what they're doing in effect is mobilizing their forces. so what we have to do is we have to make sure that we educate our young people. we have to make sure that they are politically astute. we need to make sure that they are a part of the process of making change in our community. and that's what i believe the role of a segment and a zeta and the mine nine organization did. we both of youth auxiliary groups. zeta hous has agreed. we need to make sure that we have a political action arm that is teaching our young people about what their history is but more important how they can change the future. and if we can do that effectively, we then help to se
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